Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information(KISTI) announced they have actively deployed carrier grade SDN facility on KREONET-S(Korea Research Environment Open Network) and started trial service for the first time in Korea. It allows KREONET-S users to define and build their own virtual networks in just a few seconds.
Converge! Network Digest – 11/17/15 Alcatel-Lucent has joined the ONOS project, the Open source SDN Network Operating System (ONOS) for service providers and mission critical networks and a Linux Foundation Collaborative Project. ONOS is a carrier-grade SDN network operating system architected to provide high availability, scalability, performance, and rich northbound and southbound abstractions. Alcatel-Lucent will join […]
Eurobites: Facebook Expands Internet.org in Africa Light Reading, Paul Rainford – 11/17/15 French equipment maker Alcatel-Lucent (NYSE: ALU) revealed that it had joined ONOS , an open-source SDN project that has attracted criticism from some supporters of the alternative OpenDaylight project as “just a Huawei vehicle.” By default, Alcatel-Lucent’s membership will suck Nokia Corp. (NYSE: […]
VMBlog, David Marshall – 11/17/15 Ekinops announced today that its Ekinops 360 DWDM (dense wavelength division multiplexing) system proved that it interoperates with the ONOS project’s Open Source SDN Network Operating System. The interoperability demonstration was conducted in collaboration with b<>com, the French Institute of Research and Technology, which has strong expertise in new technologies […]
FierceWirelessTech, Monica Alleven – 11/18/15 Alcatel-Lucent (NYSE: ALU) has joined the Open source SDN Network Operating System (ONOS) organization that is working on a carrier-grade SDN operating system. The company said that by committing engineering resources and becoming an active participant of ONOS, it will be in a much better position to contribute its carrier SDN […]
FierceEnterpriseCommunications, Chris Talbot – 11/18/15 Alcatel-Lucent is taking a greater interest in open networking. Barely a week after the company officially joined the OpenDaylight Project, it’s now also making itself at home with the Open Networking Operating System project. OpenDaylight began life as a Linux Foundation project, but the ON.Labs-driven ONOS project is a more […]
Nov. 17, 2015. Santa Clara, CA. Guru is the keynote speaker at White Box Strategies for CSPs. “Network operators are moving away from proprietary purpose-built hardware to “white box” solutions — that is a mix of purpose-built software, or open source software running on generic server and switch hardware, offering greater flexibility and the potential […]
The CORD thought leaders, and developers, will introduce CORD and explain the motivation from a service provider perspective. The CORD architecture and related services will be presented along with the key use cases including vOLT, vSG and vRouter.
ON.Lab today announced that Alcatel-Lucent has joined the ONOS project, the Open source SDN Network Operating System (ONOS) for service providers and mission critical networks and a Linux Foundation Collaborative Project. ONOS is a carrier-grade SDN network operating system architected to provide high availability, scalability, performance, and rich northbound and southbound abstractions. Alcatel-Lucent will join […]
In my last post I showed how small changes to the ONOS site can lead to having more people learn how to get involved with the community. The ONOS project will have it’s first anniversary in December and that gives us a chance to update the site to increase that level of interest even more. […]
The ONF is a member of the Linux Foundation and works closely with them for strategic alignment across all open source projects under the umbrella of both organizations. All ONF projects are considered to be part of Linux Foundation’s portfolio of projects.